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WISDOM'S WAY [Newspaper Article] — Huon Times — 19 February 1910

?':: W.iSDdEyi''S,,WAY, - On, tho 9 th April,- 19Q3,- Mr. H. M. ?OhamTjorlain, then council'- clerk at Pen guiii, effected an Endowment Assurance in the 'National' Mutual Life -Association of Australasia Limited on his life, for £200, payable at age AT, or previous death. ' On the 5th May, 1S03 (loss than one .m'nntTi later). 'lie assured fora fiirfclior sum of £500, payable at death only (also in the National Mutual).. - On the 12-th May, ' 1S09, Mr. Ghamber lain died aftnr a very short illness: Ttvo (2) Years' Premiums only were paid 'on both the above Policies. ? This -.Association' has paid to the representatives of Mr. Chamberlain's widow, the £700 to which sho .was en titled under the above Policies. .'.' Those facts are published with the Special Consent of Mrs. Chamberlain, who writes :— ' My. husband's thoughtfulness in affecting the cover on his ? life fur nished an. excellent, example i of .the benefits of L'ife Assurance.' . Surely no better illustration is necessary to ...

Publication Title: Huon Times
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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Huon Times — 19 February 1910

TO HUON RESIDENTS.   FOR WEDDING PRESENTS.   We have the largest and most up-to-date Stock of superior goods in Hobart. Our Price is right, and we guarantee the quality. PROMPT ATTENTION GIVEN TO ALL COUNTRY ORDERS.   W. GOLDING & SON, VICE-REGAL WATCHMAKERS and JEWELLERS, CORNER ELIZABETH and LIVERPOOL STREETS. We Guarantee   That by shopping with us       YOU SAVE TIME AND   MONEY, and also gain   satisfaction.       On all orders for £1 and upward, accom-     panied with payment, we will prepay   steamer freight. Our goods landed on your wharf will cost no more than the lowest city prices. WE ARE COMPLETE HOUSE FUR- NISHERS. The Newest and most up to-date goods always on hand.   —     Scarr's Happy Home Store, j ELIZABETH STREET, HOBART. J .....

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A DISTRICT MATCH. [Newspaper Article] — Huon Times — 19 February 1910

A DISTRICT MATCH. This afternoon a match will be played on Dr. Anderson's private court, Franklin, between teams representing Castles Forbes Bay and Franklin. The home team, the members of which won their places after an interesting com- petition extending over the past two weeks, is composed of the following ladies and gentlemen: —Misses Rust, Barnett, West-   brook, and Kellaway ; Dr. Ander- son, Messrs Drake, Grueber, and Addison. The Castlns Forbes Bay team   is as follows: — Mrs Cooper,   Misses Jessie and Essie Inches, and Geeves ; Dr. Stephens, Reys, R. Felstead, L E. Bennett, and J. Griggs.

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MELBOURNE WEATHER. A WELCOME CHANGE. Melbourne, Feb. 22. [Newspaper Article] — Huon Times — 23 February 1910

MELBOURNE WEATHER, j A WELCOME CHANGE, Melbourne, Feb. 22. The hot spell in Melbourne, which has extended over the past four days, was broken by a cool change to-day.

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MARSH DIVORCE CASE. CO-RESPONDENT MULCTED IN DAMAGES. Melbourne, Feb, 22. [Newspaper Article] — Huon Times — 23 February 1910

MARSH DIVORCE CASE. CO-RESPONDENT MULCTED IN DAMAGES. Melbourne, Feb. 22. The case in, which George Marsh petitioned for a divorce from his wife on the ground of misconduct was concluded before the Divorce Court to-day, when a decree nisi was granted. The co-respondent (Marie San tos), who, it was stated in evi dence early in the hearing, exercised a mesmeric Influence over the wife which rendered it impossible for her to keep away from him, was ordered to pay £250 damages to the husband.

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SYDNEY. SYDNEY, Feb 22. [Newspaper Article] — Huon Times — 23 February 1910

SYDNEY. Sydney, Feb 22. Local apples to-day realised up to 12s a case ; others brought from 4s to 7s a case ; Victorians from 4s to 9s a case ; tomatoes from 4s to 8s a case.

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Latest Cables. MAINLAND FRUIT MARKETS. MELBOURNE, Melbourne, Feb. 22. [Newspaper Article] — Huon Times — 23 February 1910

Latest Gables. MAINLAND FRUIT MARKETS. MELBOURNE. Melbourne, Feb. 22. j Business was done in apples to-day from Is 6d to 7s a case ; peaches from 2s to 7s a case ; pears from 3s to 7s a case ; passion fruit from 3s to 6s a case; tomatoes from 4s to 8s a case ; plums from 2s to 4s a case ; figs from 2s '6d to 4s 6d a case.

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Huon Times — 23 February 1910

Feel Weary? It's your liver. Try. Overell's Little Liver Pills, Is a bottle.

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Huon Times — 23 February 1910

IT OJfLY COSTS YOU 2d. 'I? MIGHT SAVE YOU POUNDS. j 9 ' . (jet OUR QUOTE FOR ; J BUILDERS' IRONMONGERY j -POINTS AND OILS ^ ORCHARD TOOLS . ' CARPENTERS' TOOLS 'J CROCKERY AND GLASSWARE KITCHEN IRONMONGERY i PRESERVING BOTTLES JAM B0TTLE3 /3 JAM JARS ' AMERICAN BUCKETS 'I FISHING TACKLE GUNS RIFLES AMMUNITION. M ? Goods Carefully Packed and Delivered to Steamer or Coach. | H. J. MARSH & CO., LIMITED, ' | MURRAY STREET, HOBACT. - ? ? ? ? — — ; Pianos !0Ei,',BsK«K,0M Pianos ! j On View 30 Instruments— English, American, Foreign Steinberg j IS & Son 1 888° : T® si6.o SPECIAL NOTE. — Every instrument in the Showroom has tlie price marked on it ? in'Plain Figures. Carriage Paid to any Railway Station or by Steamer to nearest Port. Send for Illustrated Catalogue and printed Price Lists for Cash or Monthly paxncnte. ? J. WALCH..& SONS* Wellington Bridge, Hobart. Here's a Proposition to ouy ' Country Clients. . .. To save at A. MATHER & CO.'S by our 1 Expert ...

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MAIL TABLE. INWARDS. [Newspaper Article] — Huon Times — 23 February 1910

MAIL TABLE. INWARDS. Udited'Kingdom, Continent of Europe, India, to-morrow morning. Australian States, to-morrow morning, per Oonah ; Friday, per Loongana. New Zealand, to-morrow per Marama. N.S.W. (direct), Friday, per Westralia. South Africa, March 3, per Rimutaka, OUTWARDS. Australian States, to-morrow 11 a.m., excepting Victoria, which closes at 11.30 a.m. New Zealand, Friday, 11 a.m. Monte Video, Chili, Rio de Janeiro, Buenos, Ayres, Friday, 11 a.m. Fiji, Saturday.

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Huon Times — 23 February 1910

^TTA'n When you pay?^sit f'i°bart pay a visit also to — ~~ — — . ~~~ **-P BY POST ~ m m sm, b m | em. , SHOP BY POST Freight paid on ; 1 \ Jk # 1%1 1 1 hssM, Of j| ' Freight paid on every thing ordered through the SLJ i iLJ M¥ 1 tan ^31% V#^3bi I imif^fl thing ordered through the Post, heavy goods only . W W B ^ ^ vw WHj UVUIied. -. Post, heavy goods only excepted. ;r A welcome always awaits you, and there are hundreds or things to see that will interest you. excepted. If you can't come, 'write for what you want in Costumes, Blouses, Underclothing, Millinery, Men's and Boy's Clothing, Dress Goods, House Linen, Furniture, Furnishings, Boots, etc., and they 'will be ferwarde-1 -nm* -return- Freight paid on receipt of Money Order, Cheque, or satisfactory reference where an account is not open. ? I- MEN'S AND BOYS' READY-MADE CLOTHING. 5' T, art? 'Ast, Tmnorters in the State. Assortments the most numerous. Styles always the latest. ?4o., ^ MEN'S. 'A' ? V/ «2/6.— Our Special Leading Lino...

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Personal [Newspaper Article] — Huon Times — 23 February 1910

' ~1P©PS!M!!li ':V On Friday night next, at the Huonville Hall, a farewell social will be tendered to RevE, H. and Mrs Bennett ef Franklin, on the eve of thair departure from the district.. During the. evening a presenta tion will be made to Mr Bennett. A number of the residents of Huonville aro to assenible at the Picnic Hotel Huonville, on Friday evening next; to bid farewell, and make a presentation to Mr pad Mre A. Hughes, w ?'THE IHka©ia Times,, WEDNESDAY, FEBRUARY S3. 1910.

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WOMAN ENDS HER DIFFICULTIES BY POISON. [Newspaper Article] — Huon Times — 23 February 1910

?WOMAN ENDS HSR DIFFICULT! £$:- BY POISON. In order : to ? escape worry . duo to - ? financial difficultiiss, a London woman i' ' destroyed herself, and the story of Kcr stato of mind was told at ail: inqiiast at Marylebone. Deceased was Mrs Al^s-' Mason, 37, who was found' poisoned iira house at Gloucestor Place, W. —Mr Kenyon Mason, a stock broker, of Hyde ? i ? TT.' ? -y i ' ^ x yv baia aeccasea was T ? his sister-in-law, ItnTr-hcr-^ipsbancl wap a musician. He last saw .hGr~~aijont-rs^ — ? week 'before, when, she came to see hiih about the disposal of some shares, whiv'h he discovered to be valueless. ' ITiis ? soamed to disappoint her, and she was also worried over the long ilhies's.'bf hc.r husband, w;ho was then in a hom?.^- - Maud Castor, a sister of deceased,' re siding at Goldhurst Terrace, said she ha€ not seen or- heard of deceased lor ' nine years. She had before marrixs'o threatened to take her life.— William Charles Salter, a man-servant at Urovo End road, St. John's W...

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FRUIT GROWING IN VICTORIA. [Newspaper Article] — Huon Times — 23 February 1910

FRUIT GROWING IN VIC TORIA. An article v/liicli should prove interesting reading to fruit growers generally is published in another column under the head ing of ' Victoria's Fruit Supply.' It illustrates in plain terms the vast strides in the march of pro gress that are being made in the fruitgrowing industryin the State of Victoria, and as it is penned by a gentlemen resident on the spot, and ono fully competent to properly treat his subject, it may be accepted as a fair and ac curate resume of the position. It demonstrates with considerable L-JLU£U -w litt V OtvluCLr: OIX I more than one occasion pre' viously, that Tasmania, with her great export trade— a trade that is rapidly expanding — will very soon have to look beyond the limits of the Commonwealth for markets for her apples. Art article published in these columns a aay or two ago on fruitgrowing in Queensland showed that in that State also the industry is beginaing to assume large dimensions, while corresponding, it not grea...

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HOUDINI UNHANDCUFFS HIMSELF IN THE YARRA. [Newspaper Article] — Huon Times — 23 February 1910

HOUDINI UNHANDCUFI\St' HiM SELF IN TEE.YABRA. On Thursday, Harry Houdini, tho ? gaol breaking 'mystei'iarch,' - mado good his promise to the patrons of his perplexing ..performance at tho Opera. - House to tumble, with .wrists and ankles manacled, into the 'iacra, r.nd ?o remain in thoffiira below.^ntii ..ho sucoseded in wriggling Tfrce ^roin jhis .astening irons. In th-5 interests ofrfciio ? -sace of mind ;6f those '-viio . did 'not ? aolp to block the- midday- traSc over . Queen's- Bridge, yit y ?,may bo stated at tho outset 'that Houdini ap peared perfectly wholo. -'and:* sound, as ?isual in his ' interesting 'turn' at ilickards's Theatre last 'night. .... . . . tA full hour beforo-f-tlio ^dyci*tis'e-i ? ! time of the 'leap for lifo'' the Queen, 's ' ..' ' Sridge parapet on the south side and - ' 'river wharfs oii both sides were fring- - . ad with triple, rows of expsctant and callings; swallowed a hasty, 'snack' and crowded down to tho banks of the Y-arra along with city clerks...

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HOBART POLICE COURT. [Newspaper Article] — Huon Times — 23 February 1910

HOBART POLICE COURT. ! At the City Police Court to-day, James Harris (32) pleaded guilty to being drunk and disorderly in High street on Febru ary 23, and also to a breach of a prohibi tion order on the same date. The Magi strate said that he could not give the defendant any leniency : it was the sixth ! time that ho had broken the order. He ordered that Harris be detained in gaol for one month. John Bennett, jun., pleaded guilty to a charge of false pretences by obtaining two fish, valued at 2s, from Elsie Crouch on February 10 last. Iho Magistrate) said that Bennett had already had two chances, and he could not give him another. Ho would order him to be imprisoned for a period of ono month. Robert Thorpe pleaded guilty to a breach of a prohibition order, and was lined 10s and 7s Gd? or soyen days,

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WISDOM'S WAY. [Newspaper Article] — Huon Times — 23 February 1910

' WI^DQSV^'S WAY; 'On, tho 9th April,' 1908, Mr. H. M. Chamberlain, then council clerk at Pen guin, effected an Endowment Assurance in tlie National Mutual Life Association of Australasia Limited on his life, for £200, payable at age 47, or previous death. On the 5th May, 1908 (less than one month later), lie assured for a further sum of £500, payable at death only (also in the National Mutual), On the 13th May, 1909, Mr, Chamber lain died after a very short illness, Two (2) Years' Premiums only were paid on both the above Policies. This Association has paid to the representatives of Mr. Chamberlain's widow, thg £?Q0 to which sho w^s en-: titled under tlio' aboVo 'Policies1. ' Theso facts aro published with the Special Consent of Mrs. Chamberlain, who writes : — ' My husband's thoughtfulness i in nffftp.f.incr t.Ii o nnvov nn l-ii« nished an excellent example of the benefits of Life Assurance.' ' . Surely no better illustration is necessary to prove the wisdom and the advantage i qf...

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Current Topics. MONDAY'S HEAT WAVE. [Newspaper Article] — Huon Times — 23 February 1910

©asiPi^BBt T©pi©Sa MONDAY'S HEAT WAVE. If local thermometers are consistently truthful, Monday wa3 the hottest day experienced in Franklin for a long time past. In the early morn there was every indication that a hot day might be ex perienced, and it was subsequently found that those atmospheric forebodings were not at lauit. as tne aay woro on me | thermometer continued to gradually i rise, and at midday gave a registration of 89 in the shade. It was a thick, clammy heat, and extremely discomfiting to those whose duties called them out cf doors. A large-number of persons avail ed themaelvoD of tho 'excellent facilities for bathing winch nature iia3 placed at their front doors, and until well on in the evening groups of bathers were to be seen sporting in all parts of the river. This excessive heat was not confined to Frank lin, tho registration in all parts of the i district being correspondingly high, while in Hobart roports show that tho day was a ' schorcher ' there also.

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Huon Times — 23 February 1910

THREE IMPORTANT ITEMS. RELIABLE WATCHES. - V SELLABLE JSWELLEEY. ? - . r ; RELIABLE SPECTACLES. To those living outside the City especially^ the Watches and Spectacles are of great importance. The Butterfield Lever Watch at 20/- is known favorably all over Tasmania'. - - The same can bo' said' of my^ reputation as an Optician in correct ing all errors of Defective Eyesight;. ' .,A. ,.BUTTBEEIELD, ? JEWELLER AND OPTICIAN, 101 ELIZABETH STREET, HOBART. A. MACROW. a SONS . ; Proprae-tary L,-fcdL . H©giiplst® H®ms© FisraisheFSa THE CHEAPEST HOUSE IN HOBART FOR - Fnpnlfss^© IPian©©' Pfe©ii-@§§raplis Puff! m&& Piw@irapiis Fiirnifer© PfeMS Pitaiegjraplis CALL AND INSPECT OUR , . . ~ SADDLE BAG SUITES, £8 10/, LEATHER, £6 15/. ' PIANOS, Small Deposit, 5/ Weekly. ^ If not convenient to pay cash, wo will give you 12 months jr credit for 2/ in the £ extra on our cash prices. ( x-#!/ WE COMFORTABLY FURNISH 3 ROOMS FOR £17 10/ CASH, OR £19 5/ WITH 12 MONTHS* CREDIT. % \ Edison Ph...

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Huon Times — 23 February 1910

TO HUON RESIDENTS. ~ for wedding presents. We have the largest and most up-to-date stock of superior goods in Hobart. Our Price is right, and we guarantee the quality. PROMPT ATTENTION GIVEN TO ALL COUNTRY ORDERS. W. GOLD.ING & SON, VICE-KEGAL WATCHMAKERS and JEWELLERS, HORNER ELIZABETH and LIVERPOOL STREETS. We = ? MONEY, and also gain s: satisfaction. S. On all orders for £l W upward, accom- a, panied with payment, we will prepay 0] steamer freight. Our goods landed on your wharf will ~j co3t no more than the lowest city prices. 1 WE ARE COMPLETE HOUSE FUR NISHERS. The Newest and most up to-date goods always on hand. ^ -o- ' : . a' . 01 Scarr's Happy Home Store, £ ELIZABETH STREET, HOBART. ]V ? ? ? T Births, Marriages, Deaths t Advertisements under these headings ^ are published at 3s per insertion. Every notice for insertion must be authenticated ? and bear the name and address of the sender.; BUSINESS NOTICES. ^ ^ 'WATSON BROS. J ELIZABETH AND WARWICK STS. MONUMENTAL MAS...

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